Reviewed by Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
Abby Stark is part of her father’s elite team of monster Hunters and her job is to sense when a werewolf is near. All her life she has been taught that werewolves are monsters and need to be killed to protect humans and she has believed that until the night she wandered the park alone and came face to face with one of them.
Cameron Mitchell is a cop by day and a were by full moon, bitten during arresting a gangbanger and bitten he is now trying to learn about what he is and he protects the park during the full moon against rogues and to hopefully get the information he needs. This night he discovered Abby walking alone and in danger unaware of the fact that she knows exactly what he is.
In Spite of the fact that he is one of the monsters her father taught her to stay away from, she is drawn to him and actually makes a move towards him instead of away from him. The attraction is so strong that they have sex right there in the park uncaring of what is around them. Abby knows that her father and his hunters will be around to seek the prize of a were pelt something that would bring big bucks but she can’t stay away from the were/man in front of her.
Not only does she have sex with the monster her father warned her about but she realizes that all her life she has taken for granted that they were all bad and now this were has proved that wrong because when danger approaches he does everything he can to get her to safety and eliminate the threat.
Safe, Abby now has to come to grips with the fact that her father was wrong and not all werewolves deserve to die but he is so filled with hate that trying to get through to him would be a waste of time. Learning that she has been wrong in helping her father find weres is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what Abby will learn about herself, her mother, her father and herself.
Once again we meet up with the Landau’s and if you are familiar with the series which hopefully you are then you know who and what they are. They know more about Abby than she does but they have to be cautious because they are well aware of the part she has played in bringing down both rogue weres and good ones.
The relationship between Abby and Cameron only grows and she becomes determined to find out the truth about what happened to her mother and why her father has such a hatred for a species he really knows nothing about. Secrets, surprises, suspense and explicit sex in addition to wonderful characters makes this book like all the previous ones a must read as far as this reviewer is concerned. Once again we have to question who the real monsters are.